Veneto Wine Tours

Vento Wine ToursWe offer full day guided tours to Veneto wineries by private car or mini-bus. All these tours include wine cellar visits and wine tasting. Winery excursions may be scheduled for any date with two days advance notice and can be conducted in english. Pick-up service from participant's location can also be arranged, also if you stay in Venice.
For those who want to share their wine experience with others wine lovers I have set up some shared tours leaving from Venice such as Valpolicella & Amarone wine tour, Prosecco wine tour, and Colli Euganei wine tour.

Private wine tours

  • Vineyard where the  Amarone comesValpolicella wine tour

    The lush green hills that surround Verona have been the home of indigenous vines for over 2,000 years. We'll visit celebrated vineyards each producing there own versions of the Amarone "the big dry one".
  • Chianti Classico Colli Euganei wine tour (Euganean Hills)

    Tidy vineyards blend into the geometrical shape of the countryside that leads up to the woods: this is how the Euganean Hills appear to the many excursionists who reach the top along peaceful old pathways.
  • Chianti Classico Prosecco wine tour

    The Prosecco di Conegliano is a sparkling wine and is one of the most typical products of these lands.
    The main feature of Prosecco is its marked versatility: its aroma and its freshness are unmistakeable whether tranquilla; still and sparkling.
  • CellarVenice wine tasting

    Discover a hidden Venice in a unique wine tour which allows you a glimpse into the history, culture and traditions of the region. Enjoy a slice of local life of the city with your Italy and Wine expert, who is a professional Sommelier and Cheese Taster.

Veneto wines map

Amarone is the Veneto's principal collector's wine, and it is built to last: Because of its high alcohol content, thick tannins, and deep concentration, it is a wine typically aged from three to six year before it is released. It is a unique wine in that it is approchable when young but can also spend twenty to thirty to years or more in bottle and still be rich and satisfying when opened.
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